Listen in as we discuss why remote work isn’t just a fad in the workplace and how companies can build a great remote culture. Previous topics covered include how to work asynchronously, making remote meetings more interactive, and building remote work tools. Guests generally include successful entrepreneurs who can offer advice to both remote workers and team leaders. Outside The Valley — brought to you by Arc, a remote developer hiring platform. In this podcast, remote company leaders share their stories, insights, and processes to help you build or grow your remote team. Learn tips and tricks straight from the front lines of remote team management.
Transitioning to remote work isn’t an overnight thing, be it a small startup or an enterprise-grade organisation. It takes time and multiple iterations to figure out remote collaboration methods, project and task management solutions, and how to achieve maximum productivity. Based on a new theme every week, the meditation teacher Mary Meckley assists you in managing your emotions and stress triggers. Some examples of the themes are Healing Anger, Humanity Towards Others, Develop Your Intuition, and more. Some of these podcasts talk about practising patience, daily affirmations, breathing techniques, etc. which helps you relax and de-stress when working remotely.
Mitko Karshovski, Founder & CEO at Parable, Host of That Remote Life
Some of their topics include Digital Revolution, Mental burnout while working, Job interviews, and more. Working from home can be new to many, and it brings forth a lot of challenges like time management, remote collaboration, tracking tasks to name a few.
Since March of 2019, they have interviewed experts in management concepts, successful remote workers, and leaders. They bring practical ideas, with new episodes released about every two weeks. If you’re looking to find out more about all things remote working, Stephanie Holland’s Thriving Empire podcast is definitely a must-listen. With over 17 years of remote working experience, Stephanie really knows her stuff.
How Successful Has Remote Work Been the Last Two Years?
Download and listen as Matt Wilson shares his experiences as co-founder and co-CEO of Omnipresent. If you’re someone who likes to seek inspiration and motivation by listening to TED Talks, then the Worklife with Adam Grant podcast is for you. Adam Grant, an Organisational Psychologist, gives you insights on how to handle work frustration, criticism, and basically turning negative vibes about your work into positive ones.
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RWL117- Remote Work Life Business Spotlight: Tortuga Back Packs
In this episode we dig deep into the parts and terms of your connection, what speeds you should look for and help you grow in your education when it comes to navigating your “daily commute”. So we do recommend managers to have that video so that you have the facial reactions and can see someone’s face. Video one-on-one connections either or weekly or whatever frequent cadence works best for that team member remote work podcast and where they are in their career. They were doing remote working long before the pandemic forced many of us into that situation. So they’ve really been documenting and making this process very clear internally and now they’re sharing that with the world. Before she took over the all-remote role at GitLab, she was on the marketing team where she focused on employer branding and recruitment marketing.
We really did during the pandemic, and still, miss those opportunities to get together. So to take a step back GitLab, the product, is the DevOps platform, it’s an amazing collaboration tool that allows teams to deliver software and work together faster and more efficiently in a single platform. And then GitLab, the company, has been remote since inception, like you mentioned. But, you know, even for companies, it’s really forced them kind of out of their traditional comfort zones and forced organizations to really examine processes and technologies and norms and bring those up to speed for the future. So it really has opened up doors for more than just the employee side of things.
Remote Work Life Podcast
At around 15 minutes an episode, the 35 episodes won’t take too long to work through, and we think you’ll be glad that you did. We wanted to end on a high note and Process by Justin DiRose of Effective Remote Work is a high note. These are short simple podcasts that take a hard look at different aspects of remote work. Katherine Conaway had a brief flirtation with podcasting and what resulted was Modern Work which can still be found on Apple iTunes, all 10 episodes of it. It seemed focused on selling scams, get rich quick and pipe dream stuff rather than anything of value to a remote worker. This channel aims to examine the way you can be effective at remote work with larger companies. We were really pleased to see them work through case studies rather than just go for generic interviews with executives from remote work companies.